President Donald Trump threatened Wednesday to cut off U.S. funding to countries that support a resolution criticizing his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Britain’s First Secretary of State Damian Green has been forced to resign because of a pornography scandal.
Police in Germany have arrested a 29-year-old German man on suspicion of being a member of the Islamic State group and planning an attack with a vehicle.
The Dutch government wants to scrap a law that allows non-binding advisory referendums — without giving voters a say on the decision.
Switzerland’s executive council says it opposes a referendum to ban face coverings such as the veils worn by some Muslim women but plans a “counter-project” that would prohibit requiring anyone to cover his or her face.
A French prosecutor says a man suspected of murdering a 9-year-old girl who went missing from a wedding celebration last summer is now also suspected of murdering a soldier months before in the same eastern region.
Kosovo police say they have arrested two people suspected of promoting extremist groups.
President Vladimir Putin says Russian security agencies have thwarted 60 terror attacks in the country this year.
British police say they have arrested a Swedish man at Stansted Airport, north of London, on suspicion of terrorism offenses.
Macedonia’s main opposition party has announced it will hold daily blockades of border crossings this week to protest the recent arrests of more than two dozen people for their alleged involvement in the violent storming of parliament following the election of a new speaker.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says he will “assume responsibility” for spending 350,000 euros ($414,000) on a private flight back from a French territory in the South Pacific.
An activist from the punk collective Pussy Riot and two photographers have been detained during a protest outside the headquarters of the main Russian intelligence agency in Moscow.
The German government says it is concerned about the departure of Russian officers from a joint Russian-Ukrainian group monitoring the truce in eastern Ukraine.
Kosovo’s government has signed a 1 billion-euro ($1.18 billion) deal with the New York-based power generator ContourGlobal PLC to build a 500 megawatt coal-fired power plant.
The Latest on developments related to the U.S. recognition of the contested city of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital (all times local): 3 p.m. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has arrived in Saudi Arabia for talks with King Salman and his heir, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, following a U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
German authorities have arrested an Afghan man accused of being a member of the Taliban.
Sweden’s government wants to legislate a consent law that could mean more sexual assault and rape cases could be prosecuted before Swedish courts.
An alleged supporter of the Islamic State group is to go on trial in London in April after being charged with sharing a photo of Prince George and details about his pre-school on social media.
It’s starting to look like Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree, and Romans aren’t happy about it.
A court in the Netherlands has banned the Dutch branch of the Bandidos motorcycle club, ruling in a civil case that the biker gang is a threat to public order.